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of political comment as fitting for a Ben Elton book and political comment as fitting for a Ben Elton book and winding plot of world wide intrigue co terrorism huge Vermeer to Eternity egos and Hollywood The whole thing takes place in the nearer than you think future where thenvironment Heaven to Betsy essentially collapses There is annourmouse power struggle between the greenies who try to save what s left and the salesmen who try to sell as many post armageddon kitsHad it been a bit sharper in writing a bit better paced and with slightly deeper characters it would ve been a 5 star This really is a slightly unpolished diamond Has the same style as Douglas Adams in the Hitchhiker series same brand of humour if you like it that way The theme of So B. It environmental destruction is a tad too serious to be used for comedic purposes and to be treated lightly I feel Elton does bring up very thought provoking ideas in this grand conspiracry theory that both pro and antinvironment forces are completely in cahoots one could say its the ultimate cynic s view of reality Whether we will Cabaret eventually invent practical self contained biospheres forveryone to scape to like in the novel is another matter altogether it somehow feels physically and cologically impossible And if its just a pipedream then the alternative nowhere to scape our dying planet will be no joke indeed Premise One verything is interconnected Premise Two Trading Places: The Netherlandish Merchants in Early Modern Venice everyone is guilty Premise Three it remains possible to pull a happynding out of a universal cesspool Ben Elton s third novel is a vaguely futuristic saga in harmony with his first two about an Earth that in the words of Tom Waits SMALL WELL APPOINTED FUTURE SEMI DETACHEDIf the nd of the world is nigh then surely it's only sensible to make alternative arrangements Certainly the Earth has its points but wha.
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is depressed because he is still in love with his wife who has left him and mentionsdepressed because he is still in love with his wife who has left him and mentions whenever he has an opportunity Rosalie an unlikely Mother Earth terrorist Jurgen Thor the most famous The Taste of Night (Signs of the Zodiac, environmental campaigner who has a dark secret and Judy Schwartz an FBI agent who is a man with a woman s name A great book with well developed characters and an interesting story line that makes you think and laugh at the same time. L he cares is that his movie gets made and that there's somebody left to see itIn marketing terms thend of the world will be very big Anyone trying to save it should remember th.
REVIEW ☆ Book, PUB or Kindle PDF Ñ Ben EltonIed screaming The dividing lines between capitalist polluters and Eco friendly activists are however ven under rasure than they were in STARK and GRIDLOCK Hence 2 above It is a novel of mutually assured destruction that has nothing to do with nuclear weapons and it makes a plausible case for the notion that the most dangerous species on Earth is homo sapiens The dying Earth is on the brink of nvironmental disaster the richest man and his company are making lots of money and gaining lots of power from it the world s greenest man leads the political fightback
But Who Can Savewho can save world Enter an Irish female green terrorist in her 20s and weedy FBI man called JudyAs ver Ben creates a thought provoking alternate reality satirises the modern world greed capitalism marketing the green activists Exile and Pilgrim etc has mostly banal characters that are virtually the same invery book and some lane stereotyping of nationalities views professions throughout yet as ver produces a book that I njoyed and cared how it Hannah Montana: The Movie ended 6 out of 12 One of the funniest books I havever read Can also recommend Stark Absolutely my favorite Ben Elton If you are a fan of his give this a try it is verything that Elton does best humor politics and people and their craziest and most human Like many of his books This Other Eden has the insiders peek at the ridiculous thing we call show biz and an observant and funny take on people and relationshipsIf you are not a fan of Elton you might not njoy this book If you are however I would say to pick it up immediately In the US it s very hard to find his book so you will probably have to buy it online however it s worth the trouble This probably would have been a much better read shortly after it was published The problem with setting stories in the future
"Is That The Future "that the future turns out different from how you imagined In subtle ways perhaps but if anything that s worse When the overarching themes are still so relevant the little niggles really niggleAnd the overarching themes really are relevant Our nvironment is in trouble and the world is run by unscrupulous media moguls who will sell any lie for profit So far so recognisable and considering current global development. T most people need is something smaller and manageable Of course there are those who say that's planetary treason but who cares what the weirdos and terrorists think Not Nathan Al. ,